Survival rates for the most common form of brain cancer in American adults is only 5.1% and the average survival rate for all malignant brain tumour patients is only 34.4%1. In Canada, it is the leading cause of cancer death in children under 202.

Brain Tumour Awareness Day 2017
When: Sunday, November 6
Time: 10am to 2pm
Where: Suntec City Convention Centre Atrium
Fee: Free

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On November 6, Brain Tumour Society (Singapore) (BTSS) will commemorate Brain Tumour Awareness Day, to raise awareness about brain tumours and cancer. Join in the meaningful cause and put your best cap forward to help raise $100,000 for the BTSS Welfare Grant. The grant aims to provide financial assistance to families of brain tumour patients. BTSS is hoping to rally 500 participants to be in their caps or hats to make a mark. Customised caps will be retailed at $15 each through Facebook and at the event.

Other exciting programmes lined up for the day include:

  • A larger-than-life size cranium set-up with facts about brain tumours and cancer
  • Brainy Car Rally, where 40 supercars from the Lamborghini Club will be giving joyrides from beneficiaries
  • Stage performances by children from the BTSS Kids Programme

1 braintumor.org/brain-tumor-information/brain-tumor-facts/
2 braintumour.ca/2494/brain-tumour-facts


It’s that time of year again. Kids look forward to it and wish it would never end. Where can you find fun and exciting holiday programs for your children? Here’s our list. Take your pick!

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